There are times when the nation seems to be stuck on one page as there seem to be no end in such cases being solved. Among the high profile cases which our judiciary does not seem to have answers on has been the case of President Jacob Zuma. In a report which was published by the SAfm News on the 16th of August 2022, a fresh twist to his case was given.
It was stated that the Supreme Court of Appeal in Bloemfontein has reserved judgment in the case of the former president of South Africa Jacob Zuma. The case in question is with regard to his medical parol case.
That on its own signals a long way ahead for Zuma as he might keep on being summoned to courts. For someone of his age, Zuma is supposed to be enjoying being in company of his family and grandchildren but that has not been the case.
What the jury know is that failure to handle this case properly would result in violence as Zuma is well loved by his multitude of followers.
Source: SAFM News
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